From the Over the Mountain Journal | August 17, 2020

In early 2019, the site that is now Cahaba Heights Park was simply a space to play baseball, a couple of fields in need of repair. This summer, the space has been redesigned and reopened to serve as a multi-faceted park for people across age groups and interests. The city of Vestavia Hills had been planning to breathe new life into the athletic facility for years through its Community Spaces plan. City officials and community members gathered Aug. 14 with social distancing measures in place to cut the ribbon on the newly reopened facility. This year, Stone Building Company took home this honor for its impressive zero-incidence rate in the Building Division, with 51,000 work hours. No small feat, this achievement is due to the company’s longstanding dedication to the safety and wellbeing of its employees.